Blue Mountain Plumbing

3051 Underhill Ave Unit 10, Burnaby, BC

Serving the Lower Mainland 24/7​

Hints & Tips

Hints & Tips to maintain your HVAC systems & plumbing lines

At Blue Mountain Services Ltd. we strive to be as helpful and informative as possible. Want some basic information on how to maintain your HVAC systems, plumbing lines and more? Call us today at (604) 444-3711 or check out our compilation of hints and tips below:

Maintain your storm perimeter drain once a year to prevent flooding.

Instead of focusing on a single service for homeowners, Blue Mountain Services Ltd.’s team of service and repair experts combines several trades into one business. Homeowners deserve prompt, professional service whenever they have issues with their plumbing, drainage, heating or air conditioning, and many other components that keep their households running normally. Our technicians offer all the following services for your heating, plumbing, drain tile, and emergency needs:


Flush and service hot water tank annually

Hot water heating is typically the third largest energy expense in a home, after space heating and cooling. In addition, a water heater is a relatively expensive appliance, and it operates under very severe conditions (high temperatures, and cycling on and off). Proper maintenance can significantly improve the energy efficiency, service life, and safety of this appliance.


Check incoming water pressure to your home

Low pressure affects everything in the house. The dishwasher and clothes washer takes forever to fill. The outside hose squirts an anemic 2 ft., and the shower turns into a small sprinkling device. To increase pressure, first try simple, local solutions at the point of use. If those don’t work, perhaps a call to Blue Mountain Services will help!

Update all water supply lines to braided style for your washing machine, toilet(s) and sink(s)

The braided style supply lines are much better quality and more resistant to bursting.

Change and/or clean furnace filters every six months

Furnace manufacturers put inexpensive fiberglass filters into their furnaces to remove airborne particles that might damage the fan and the heating coil. Particle buildup can also decrease the efficiency of your furnace, as the furnace has to work harder to pull air through the intake. More expensive filters can also improve the air quality in your house by removing pollen, bacteria and mold spores from the air. This is especially important if you or someone in your family suffers from allergies.


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